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Is this KS going to be in £ or in €? And will there still be EU friendly shipping? :blush:

 

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We're friendly to everyone!  :;):

 

Wonder if the Brexit vote is gonna affect this?

I don't think it'll make any difference to this project... in the long term, no-one knows!  ^_^

 

Oathsworn are very quick to produce & deliver so I bet we will get our sensibly shod ladies before the the borders close.

Only thing I wonder that if they may adjust prices. Is it good or bad for Oathsworn export if the £ tanks?

I think our prices will stay the same, but it'll work out cheaper for non-uk backers.

 

Depends on where their metal comes from, I'd expect.

Sculpting and casting is all done locally, so should be unaffected and sales will likely go up as the pound slides against foreign currency.  but if their casting metal comes form outside the UK then it could get much more expensive to actually cast the figures....

Pete gets the alloy from 5nplus, and they source their raw metals all over the world. It's more the world price of tin that affects things.

 

On the subject of KS launching, we're waiting for Kickstarter to approve the project. It's supposed to take up to 48 hours, but it's been 72 so far, and we've heard nothing yet... fingers crossed we'll get the go-ahead some time today.

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Maybe you can post some more teasers for us while we all wait? I'm ready and eager to back this one and see what you've got in store for us!

If we don't hear back from KS soon, I'll dig out a few pics and post them.  ^_^

 

Best of luck with this man! and yes 10 days is DEFINITELY the way to go. Specially given the bloodbath that summer time usually is for KS and hobby funds. get in keep up the pace and get out.

Thanks Tre! I knew you'd agree on the short-project-time thing... it's really the only option now, although it does pile on the sculpting pressure...

 

 

In other news, we still haven't heard back from Kickstarter, and in about 2 hours, they close up for the weekend. At this rate, we may not even be able to launch until next week sometime...  ::(:

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Maybe you can post some more teasers for us while we all wait? I'm ready and eager to back this one and see what you've got in store for us!

If we don't hear back from KS soon, I'll dig out a few pics and post them.  ^_^

 

Best of luck with this man! and yes 10 days is DEFINITELY the way to go. Specially given the bloodbath that summer time usually is for KS and hobby funds. get in keep up the pace and get out.

Thanks Tre! I knew you'd agree on the short-project-time thing... it's really the only option now, although it does pile on the sculpting pressure...

 

 

In other news, we still haven't heard back from Kickstarter, and in about 2 hours, they close up for the weekend. At this rate, we may not even be able to launch until next week sometime...  ::(:

 

Well... bummer...

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